|Pete Kelley Blues - Richard Breen|
Pete Kelley Blues (1951) arrived on radio almost two years after Jack Webb reached stardom in Dragnet. All the Webb trademarks were here: the quips, the snappy comebacks, the short-tempered realism. Much of the show's appeal was in the music: Webb was a lifelong fan of hot jazz. This is one of Webb's best shows and the basis of his 1955 film of the same name. NBC SUSTAINING Wednesdays 8:00 - 8:30 pm STARS: Jack Webb ANNOUNCER: George Fenneman CREATER: Richard Breen WRITERS: James Moser, Jo Eisng...
Keywords: Jack Webb; Old Time Radio Show
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|Danny Kaye Shows - Goodman Ace, Sylvia Fine|
Kaye starred in a radio program of his own, The Danny Kaye Show, on CBS in 1945-1946. Despite its clever writing (by radio legend Goodman Ace, Sylvia Fine, and respected playwright-director Abe Burrows) and performing cast (including Eve Arden, Lionel Stander, and big bandleader Harry James), the show lasted only a year.
Keywords: Danny Kaye; Old Time Radio Show
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|The CBS Radio Mystery Theater|
Despite the show's title, Brown expanded its scope beyond mysteries to include horror, science fiction, historical drama and comedy, along with seasonal dramas at Christmas. Nevertheless, as stated by Marshall at each show's finish, the show's focus was on "adventures into the macabre."
Keywords: The CBS Radio Mystery Theater; Old Time Radio Show
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